The smartwatch is the next step in wearables tech, after the smartphone; but can a smartphone save a life? The Apple Watch is in its fourth generation with the Apple...
28 March 2019
25 March 2019
A study by the University of Oxford concluded that low vision patients using their smart glasses had improved independent mobility.
13 March 2019
In February, Medtronic’s Pipeline Flex flow diversion device won expanded FDA approval to treat small or medium wide-neck aneurysms in addition to its existing approval for large or giant wide-neck...
8 March 2019
In the clinical setting, the use of healthcare apps for clinical decision support is becoming routine, and there is strong evidence of their reliability.
5 March 2019
In this issue: beyond BMI, the evolution of exoskeletons, making robotic surgery safe, transforming cancer screening with blockchain, and much more.
1 March 2019
On December 31st 2018, the Woven EndoBridge (WEB) device by Microvention received FDA premarket approval (PMA), becoming the first and only device with PMA in the new 'intrasaccular flow disruptors'...
28 February 2019
As the population ages and the prevalence of lifestyle diseases such as obesity and diabetes increase, wound management continues to pose a substantial healthcare burden. Wounds are typically managed as...
7 February 2019
In this issue: Detecting language problems in children, democratising patient data, aiding sepsis care, the future of MRI and more.
31 January 2019
A collaboration between Roche and IBM has led to the development of a new algorithm that uses real-world data (RWD) to predict the risk of chronic kidney disease (CKD) in...
30 January 2019
Social media’s picture-perfect culture is creating a massive demand for whiter teeth.